Georgetown MBA Presents at AIGAC Conference
Three associate deans from the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business MBA Program recently spoke at a three-day conference held by the Association of International Graduate Admission Consultants (AIGAC). The conference, hosted by the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, focused on innovation and featured 40 of the top international admissions consultants and nine of the top business schools’ admission career deans and executive directors.
For the session on innovation in MBA curricula, Betsy Griffith, senior associate dean for MBA marketing and new program development, discussed the successes and challenges of implementing the new Georgetown MBA curriculum.
Doreen Amorosa, associate dean and managing director of the MBA Career Service Center, spoke at the innovation in MBA career services session. Amorosa addressed career strategies, coaching structure, and the school’s Global Career Expo. She also gave advice to consultants about how best to prepare students to begin thinking about their careers.
Associate Dean and Director of MBA Admissions Shari Hubert spoke in the innovations in MBA programs session. She discussed similarities between the Georgetown Full-time and Evening Programs in terms of value and experience, as well as common misperceptions regarding the evening program. Hubert also spoke about Georgetown’s future and new opportunities in the next five years.